Upvc double glazed door gives access into:
Central heating radiator, wall mounted thermostat, tile flooring.
13' 11'' x 9' 5'' (4.24m x 2.87m)
Upvc double glazed window to front aspect with views across the Conwy Valley, upvc double glazed double doors giving access to the side, original tiled hearth and fireplace with open fire, two central heating radiators, television point, laminate flooring.
13' 10'' x 11' 7'' (4.21m x 3.53m)
Range of base, wall and draw units with tiled work surface and splash-back, 1 1/2 bowl sink and drainer unit with hot and cold mixer tap, integrated oven and four ring electric hob, multi-fuel burner set in stone inglenook, built in dresser unit with display cabinet, upvc double glazed window to front aspect with views across the Conwy Valley, central heating radiator, tile flooring.
Upvc double glazed stable door giving access to the rear, space for fridge/freezer.
Stairs from the Entrance Hall lead to First Floor Accommodation:
13' 8'' x 12' 1'' (4.16m x 3.68m)
Upvc double glazed window to front aspect with views across Conwy Valley, central heating radiator, telephone point, original hearth and fire place, airing cupboard housing the hot water tank
10' 8'' x 12' 4'' (3.25m x 3.76m)
Upvc double glazed window to front aspect with views across the Conwy Valley, original hearth and fireplace, central heating radiator.
Three piece bathroom suite comprising panelled bath,with electric shower over, part tiled walls, upvc double glazed window with frosted glass to side aspect, central heating radiator, part wood panelled walls, pedestal wash/hand basin, low flush w.c.
The property is accessed via wrought iron gate. A long footpath laid to stone chipping lead into the property. The property sits in good size grounds with mature shrubs and plants. To the front is a flagged patio seating area with views across the Conwy Valley. A gate to the side of the property leads across the stream into an additional garden laid to grass with mature trees. A footpath leads down to parking area with workshop. To the rear of the property is an area of woodland extending to approximately 2 acres.
Conveniently located in the Conwy Valley, Tal y Bont is just six miles from the historic town of Conwy with its castle and harbour, as well as the local post office there are two primary schools, train station and shops. “Llys Llewelyn” is also close to Surf Snowdonia, the first man made surfing lagoon in the world, and there is easy access to Betws-y-Coed and the heart of the Snowdonia Mountains.
From our Conwy office go around the one way system to the Castle and go straight on at the mini roundabout through the archway in the direction of Trefriw. Proceed along this road for approximately 4 miles until you reach the village of Tyn y Groes. Continue along this road until you reach the village of Tal y Bont and proceed through towards Dolgarrog. After passing the school on the left take the first right signposted “to the potteries”, follow the road bearing right and continue along where "Llys Llewelyn" can be found on the left.